Since 2015, a small apiary was created on the farm to help enhance biodiversity and pollination. Up to 8 hives are located at the farm, at any one time, assisting the support and growth of the local honey bee population.
Each year, oil seed rape is grown providing an immediate foraging area for the bees and assisting with the pollination of the crop. Additionally, the bees make use of a dedicated area of 3 hectares containing several varieties of clover and seed mix to feed the wild birds. The apiary is managed by local Beekeeper, George Soppitt, who is also a member of Durham Beekeeper's Association.